During the webinar, my question was sort of forwarded to the forum because I had a question on a simulation for the whole cooling system.
First of all, I would like to know how to deal with the tube hydraulic laws bc I guess we will be dealing with a turbulent flow. That means we will automatically deal with high Reynold numbers. According to the tube hydraulics laws we have to consider the pressure loss which is connected by a value lambda to the laws of Colebrook, Nikuradse, Prandtl or Blasius (due to the fact that we have different materials of our tubes). Therefor I need to give Simscale the information what law it has to consider to calculate with a pressure loss in tubes. Where can I do that? Can it even be considered?
Second of all, I would like to know if Simscale is able to deal with pipe curvatures, valves and size differences (also pressure loss effects are the consequence) and how to do that?
Thank you very much.